Travel Cook Islands
Get smitten by the mystic beauty of the enchanting Cook Islands, a group of isles located on the Pacific Ocean near New Zealand. A famous tourist destination visited by a huge number of tourists from across the globe, Cook Islands is a sensuous collection of 15 beautiful islands, scattered across a span of 2 million sq.km of the silent Pacific Ocean.
These islands are centered within the Polynesian triangle that is formed by Tokelau, Nuie and Samoas in the west, Tahiti in the east and by the small French Polynesia islands.
Travel Cook Islands and you get to experience the enchanting beauty of 15 unusual islands that includes, Penrhyn, Manihiki, Rakahanga, Pukapuka, Suwarrow, Nassau, Palmerston, Manuae, Aitutaki, Mitiaro, Atiu, Rarotonga, Mangaia and Mauke. These islands are located in a land area of 240sq.km and include the high ranged majestic mountains and low coral atolls of Rarotonga. It is the largest isle amongst all the 15 islands in Cook Islands and also the home to the capital of the islands, Avarua. Overall, the islands attract as many as 90,000 visitors every year from various parts of the world. However, not all the islands are successful in attracting tourists to their land.
Amongst all these 15 exotic islands, only Aitutaki, Mangaia, Mauke, Atiu and Rarotonga are favored more by all tourists when they travel Cook Islands.
The coastal belt of Aitutaki is covered by a lagoon of coconut and the huge pandanus palm trees. Mangaia, another very attractive island on the Cook Islands is home to less than 500 people and hence offers great privacy to its travelers. However, the Aitutaki Island and its lagoon, Rarotonga and the Muri beach of Rarotonga are the top rated travel destinations on the Cook Islands.
The international airport in Rarotonga makes the island reachable for tourists all across the world. So, travel Cook Islands and enjoy the lagoons and the blue Pacific Ocean on the white sands.